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dictator's death. >> thank you so much for watching. stay towned. watters' is up next. have a good evening. cleared -- watters' world is on tonight. after hillary clinton's crushing defeat at the polls. how are are democrats dealing with it. >> and also donald trump on a collision course with the left. >> you are everything wrong with this country. and watters' world is collateral damage. and turkey and stuffing and pumpkin pie and football. what is thanksgiving all about p. >> why did the pilgrims come here? >> empire. >> new land. coal? >> watters' begins right now. >> welcome to watters' world i am jourhost jesse watters'.
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president-elect trump won the electoral vote and thousands of liberals don't want him as commander in chief. they are protesting and threatening to move to canada. you name it. i decided to go to philadelphia and see what people are so scared about. president donald trump. what dew isn'ting >> it is stupid. >> i cried. >> i am scared. he is a loose cannon. >> i feel like i am in mourning for america. >> i am upset about this and instills that there are a lot of homophobic racist and ignorant people in this country. very scary. >> you want a hug. >> thank you. >> we are trying our best. ♪ don't cry for me, argentina. >> he just wants to destroy the
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community. like president donald trump is going todom the black race. and him being the president will start a race war. >> pray for donald trump and for those who don't like donald trump love your enemies and pray for those. >> donald trump was persecuted like you. you have a lot in common. >> god bless donald trump. >> he will be my president and i will hold him accountable be to what he promised. >> did you hold obama accountable, too? >> well? >> how angry are you that trump is in the oval office. >> i am angry about p him being president. i might move to canada. >> you might move to canada? >> yes. >> you sure canada wants you?
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>> i don't know. >> we'll mobilize here and take action. >> canada is a nice place. >> and a lot of people are scared in if america. you know who is really scared, hillary? trump will lock her up. >> how did they blow it. >> hillary is a corporate terrible candidate and boring and unlikeable. and bernie sanders was electrifying. >> what will hillary do with all of her free time. >> run for another political office? >> fool me, once. shame on you. fool me twice, shame on me. >> what will trump do as president? >> he thinks he has all of the power in the world and it would be a war. >> if there is a war, at least when trump is president, we'll win it.
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>> what is your fear of trump's presidency. >> mess with social security and medicare. >> aren't they made up. >> i am upset people will be without health care. >> were you upset when president barak obama obama took away millions of health care? >> not particularly. >> i am voicing my opinion and not step down. some people are seeing counsellor and all about attitude and not backing down. >> you want to go to your state of the state right now? >> like what? >> you know who i am? >> no, i don't. >> i am watters', and this is my world. >> oh, cool. >> silly liberals are not the only ones freaking out about mr. trump. so is the mainstream media. i spoke to denes, the author of
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"hillary's america" and see the coalition he think we'll have bean the democrats and trump. >> the trump team is the least transparent administration in modern-day history. i don't know how they know that already. you have people going in and out of trump tower with camerases and everything is open for everyone to see and you have them saying transition is in chaos. i am not sure why we should believe the press. they have been so wrong for a year and half. the media seems dechefled. >> yes, absolutely. the press is complaining about trump and the transition team is not leaking to them their appoint uponme -- appointmentes
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>> i think trump is coming from the outside. and one bha expect chaos. but we are getting great serenity. number one. he will take $1 in salary and after the self a gron doizment under obama and hillary that ise refreshing. and look at trump's and how he was to president obama but his own republican rival and behaved in some cases badly. and he will consider appointing them to high positions. this shows me a high point. and the media didn't expect this. they believed it would continue this fly by the seat of the papts and trump was giving press spruce and now they see an
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astute calm process and they don't know what to do with themselves. it is hysterical to watch them. i want to talk to you about the collision course between trump administration and on the day of office. immigration. we know the wall will be be built quickly. and i have is the official release on who is deported. >> bad players, and bad dudes. i don't know what happen to the and now we have where people like raum remanual are taking a how do you see this playing out. >> i think trump has the advantage here and he made it
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a individual issue. it is difficult touary he doesn't have the man indicate. as an immigrant myself. i want like a army that what upony it is a policy that doesn't attract the kind of people who want to it ass assimulate. >> you soften the harsh edge and get more expanses and open immigration policy on the legal side. i see that is a good idea. >> haxes. massive tax relief in the business side, and investmentes,
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are the democrats going to go wild here or work with the trump administration. >> the democrats have 0 credibility on this issue. because under obama, they doubled the debt. and now it is well over 17 trillion. this is complete irresponsible request make rate ares of roeth before the 0 percent growth. andy think high will make significant and that meansment same rate. it is more than the lastly we have obama care. repeat and retrump said he will
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keep a now things. no deft aggression that's all know that is always in the repeat cany and beate it would be too american people. creeping did wais the strategy there. >> people are experiencing a dpoet -- he said you can keep your doctor. and they are paying mention the in the beginning. he and ilk the condition soumer.
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it is time to break up the record sooner the better. >> it will be a huge collision course when this agenda takes hold. >> thank you very much, i appreciate it. >> coming up. and bernie sanders not too canned pag cleared attention: are you eligible for medicare?
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since the 1920s. joining me kimberly and former consultant to the obama campaign, marjory clifton. >> it is clear that the democrat and president obama are in denial of what happened in november 8th. and they are blaming fake news story and the electoral college and globalization and going to not face the reality. are you accepting what happened in the election. >> of course, i accept what happened and that is not what i am hearing in the narrative where democrats and republicans are. interestingly this election became, first of all, there is a lot of change over the last eight years in both parties. extreme wings of republican and democrats elected in the senate seats. and the moderates have been
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there for a long period of time and left. and they didn't like the tension that was exciting. it is time toy see the republican and what response they get. absolutely there is democrats that are not sure what to do. and there is a healthy wake up call and understanding the roots of the pain and appetite for the way politicians are and it is more about party and business as access to the political process. we'll see. >> and i haven't seen healthy discussion from the democrats and i have seen a lot of finger pointing. >> you need to find new friends.
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>> how are you seeing the democrats. >> a lot of bed wetting and crying and looking for excuses and the problem is, people don't get it. they voted for change and real change versus the chump change they got for eight years and it is true and you saw that in the evidence of movement from bernie sanders and movement of donald trump that swept the country. don't be colorblind. it was across the country and not specific segments and this is not racism, it is about draining the swamp and clear out the bureaucrats that are taking the hard earned money from families who feel forgotten. >> it was a pocketbook election and i think the democrat and hillary clinton and president obama don't understand this was a rejection of the president's policy of obama care and iran deal and having no wage growth over the last eight years. and if the democrats don't
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accept that it was a policy rejection. they will be out in the wilderness for a time. >> you have to look at the electoral numbers and how much of a margin of a win it was. some ways it was a man date and others it was not. there is a lot of republicans that are disconnected and not sure where the party is going. i don't think it is fair to say it is black and white and everyone is unhappy or overjoyed. >> it would be safe to say that the republican party is happy with the results of the election. let me ask you a follow-up question. we are still hearing about race- baiting and encourageing rioters. and we are still trying to push grefance on black and hispanic voters and women and scaremonger. i think the people who voted in the election are tired of this.
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they are tired of the anger and blank lives matter and occupy wall street and want to get the country back to work. >> the professional protestor and agitator and criminals are the same people doing occupy wall street, black lives matter and now the trump protestors, never my president. bla, blashgs bla. stop what you are doing. soros needs to cut off the allowance and start moving forward about job and immigration reform. and responsible health care that is affordable for people. they are all things he promised and you can tell by the pick and appointmentes as well. >> are you guys going to continue with the crazy profest nosense. >> there needs to be empathy to
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the people's pain points. we are seeing it in the way they are voicing concern in the same way people who voted for trump need to know the economic point. the only way to be successful is listening to it what theis abou >> like the protestors in oregon. they didn't vote and live there and my bad, didn't put it. >> that is the kind of empathy. >> feeling the pain. guys, thank you very much. >> and up next, bernie sanders and at a signing and all hell breaks loose. >> and a very revealing personal interview with donald trump. ♪
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>> senator bernie sanders came on the o'rielly factor, but he's been dodging us in the last few years. shockingly. i was not met with open arms. viewer warning. >> why dew think that trump won? >> he tapped in the anger of the middle-class. >> i can't fathom why anyone would vote. >> one- third white nationalism and one- therd economic struggle and one- third mason-in-lawingny and you get a trump win. >> why did trump win? >> trump, those who bernie possible made trump inevitable. >> are you nervous for donald trump. >> i am not fond of him. >> thank you.
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>> and don't take to me [bleep]. >> get a hold of yourself. >> thank you for poisoning the minds of america. i don't want you. i see you on the internet with [bleep]. get a real anger. you are a act. >> i hope you got your awesome segment. >> and jesse watters' for two ts. deplorable. >> and oh, he's everything wrong. >> get out of here? >> and why do you think that trump won. >> he spoke to people who feel ignored. >> you feel ignored. >> that's why i am talking to you. >> i think it would be. >> and bern py should have won and should have boat him. >> dew know any trump voters. >> i think they are anti- establishment and saw hillary being establishment candidate.
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>> this is the end of the establishment and right now, we have the evil trols jumping oround. >> how much was the bernie book? >> 29 and change. >> wow. >> worth it. >> that is great. >> fair. back in line. that is the factor. you haven't been on the show for sometime. >> and put the camera away. >> and put the camera away. >> and put your camera down. >> either you will be excuse me. >> get out. let's go. >> are you getting girls with these pajamas. >> i'm satellite and this is my world. >> awesome. this is so scary. and hery we are back with kg and
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marjorie. does that happen to you? >> they are more friendly and do another picture. jesse, you didn't get a autographed copy of the feel of burn book. >> he had no idea what was going on. >> and how about the liberal open minds and inclusive? >> that's right. i thought love trumps hate. what is going on with your people? >> there are all type and all parties. i think we have sewn crazy emotional reactions on all sides of the aisle. i don't condone. it you got characters there. that is great material. >> we'll not have her over for thanksgiving. >> she's warming up to you, jesse.
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nevles. cuban is mourning the death of fidel castro. castro ruled cuba with an iron fist for 60 year and dealing with ten u.s. presidents over the span. president obama said the u.s. is offering friendship and condolences to the family and cuban people. fidel castro was 90. and the holiday shopping season starting off to a black friday. shoppers spent 3.3 billion on line yesterday. that is up more than 20 percent from the same day last year and now comes cyber monday. a number of stories, including toys rus and walmart expanding the deals for a week. back to watters'. >> welcome back to watters'
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world. >> donald trump has gone from billionaire reality tv host to president-elect of the united states. many said it would never happen, i never had any doubt. in fact, i spoke with president-elect trump back in march about what to expect should he win the election. take a look. >> it turns out. half of your supporters only want you in the white house because they want to see melania as first lady. >> they have good taste. >> is melana a huge fan? >> she is. and my son baron loves watters'. >> they have great taste. >> they have great. >> how did you meet melania and was it love at first sight. >> i was at a party and i saw a beautiful phone number and i thought i would like to get that
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phone number. >> it was five weeks and that wick. >> did you get down on one need. >> it was a hard phone number to get. >> you if you are fortunate enough to move in the white house. that is downsizing for you. have you given any thought. >> it is a special place. actually it is smaller but they are minor details. it is a special place and represents so much. and what i want to do is make our country america great and safe again. i don't think people feel safe anymore and we will do that. and the white house is a symbol that we have to respect. >> speaking of symbolism, president obama return the churchhill bust. are you getting that back to
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from great britain. >> he was a great, great man. >> very symbolic. if you are fortunate to be in the white house first state dinner. who would you invite? >> you and bill and the gang. we have to get front row and center and probably not the chinese. >> mexico, maybe? >> probably not. we'll not invite many countries that are ripping us off. you will be be there. >> family very loyal. are you putting ivanka in the cab be net. >> in terms of competence, they would be be great. don, ivanka and eric and different folks in the family where they worked with me in the business. they built the old post office and in terms of competence. they would not do better. >> i shouldn't take heat. can you imagine ivanka secretary of something.
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it would do well. >> has a nice ring to it. >> you have to work with nancy pelosi and harry reid. what is your assessment. >> i have worked with them over the year. when i was a businessman. i am now a politician. i hate the ring. and i am able to get along and work with anybody. have to be be able to do that. >> very important. when i told bill o'rielly, i was interviewing you. he said don't ask him about politics. but what you eat for breakfast. >> i avoid breakfast. and in terms of that have a lunch. but my big thing is dinner. breakfast if i avoid them. i am happy to do it. >> i like bacon and eggs and i like cereals. >> what kind of cereal. >> made in the uis sa. corn flake type of stuff and
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raisen brand and right out of the fields of iowa. >> you getting -- >> i get a lot of exercise. and it is a lot when you go from here and walking and fast walking and making speeches in front of tens of thousands of people. >> how is your golf game? >> it's suffering badly. my game has been good but suffering badly. i got a chance to play two weeks ago and it was not a pretty picture. you have to play that game. the president plays more than pga professionals. my game will suffer if i get elected because you have to focus. we have so much to do between the debt and vets and military and border security. a lot to do. you can't play too much golf. >> you played golf with president clinton. he's a ladies man.
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how was that like? >> we had a couple of rounds. >> does he have a good swing? >> he is fine if. he plays nicely. >> yeah, he does. does he talk about his wife? >> no. we don't get into that too much. i would know him as a businessman. it was my obligation to know him and his wife and harry reid and including everybody. >> i just finished reading art of the deal. but not as good as the bible. but it is close. you took on the nfl. you said the nfl was a smug self- satisfied monopoly. >> i won that whole situation and proved it. it was a small investment and i did to have fun. i met a lot of great people and it was a entering venture and there was a lawsuit and only one there. and millions in legal fees. and i got millions of legal fees
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and only dollar trebled. >> you seem like a great guy to watch the game with, but you don't drink? >> i am not a drinker. i never acquired the taste or liked the taste. i have seen instances in my own family people drink too much and it is not a good thing and i don't like it. and i stayed away from it. people like to do it. but do it in and i don't drink. >> have you ever smoked weed? >> no, i have not. every else seemed to admit it. it is like hey, it is a sign. no, i have never smoked a cigarette either. >> you binge watching. >> i watch watters' world and orifly and fox. and i do watch a few otherses and i certainly watch you. >> celebrity apprentice.
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and any advice for them? >> i have a big piece of that show and steve burkele of comcast and top people p of nbc and they wanted me to renew. if i run for president i can't do that. and they thought i would never run and we chose arnold. i hope he does well. it is not easy. you have to be quick. you have to be very quick. >> maybe you can hire me. >> if arnold doesn't make it. you will be next. >> and the watters' world quiz. are you nervous. >> no, not at all. >> you should be. what is president obama's greatest accomplishment in our opinion? >> there are none. >> i would have accepted playing a lot of golf. >> what is your favorite show on fox news channel. >> i would have to say o'rielly
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when watters' world is on. and only when it is on. not on all of the time. you have done a good job. congratulations. >> and thank you very much, mr. trump. >> i am watters', and this is my world. >> it is your world. >> and coming up. raum emanual and president-elect trump. and how much do folks know about thanksgiving? not very much. then i found aleve pm. the only one to combine a safe sleep aid plus the 12 hour pain relieving strength of aleve. now i'm back. aleve pm for a better am. that's why i bought six of you... for when you stretch out. i want you to stay this bright blue forever... that's why you will stay in this drawer... forever. i can't live without you.
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banish the burn with nexium 24hr. >> president-elect donald trump promising to end the illegal immigrants out of the gate. >> chicago mayor, >> be be clear of what chicago is. it will be a sanctuary city. >> and i am underscoring the
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fact that portland will back track on the the values. we will remain opening and vehicle and safe. >> we have to be seen as a protector and not a deporter. >> jessica joins me and co-host of the bernie and sid radio show. >> jessica, my assessment is that they are trying to stand up to trump and make a name of themselves. >> draw the line in the sand. >> and i don't think that will go well. if they want a war he will give them one. >> they are trying to protect millions of people here in the country yes illegally. but not criminal. >> they are trying to protect. >> tricky about the word that trump is using. they changed it from people who were convicted. and president obama supported
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530000. and he change it to suddened. and that's where liberals are having the freak out. >> if an illegal alien is charged with rape and held. these cities don't want to tell the feds that the rapest and criminal illegal alien is in their protection. >> president obama deported two and half millions and they were criminal illegal alien and that's what trump wants to do and get them out of the sanctuary cities. they know what they are doing. that weasel emmanuel. he turns his back on the violence. and the criminal illegal aliens prey on working people. not his neighborhood. if it was happening in his neighborhood he would do something. >> the south side of chicago is
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decimated by violence and he doesn't seem enthusiastic about p tamping that down. what about the south side. >> they are both critically important. it is false, and he's choosing this over that. >> he is pushing up the south? >> it is hugely important and we have donald trump, new, now deal for black america and we should see what progress to make in those area and enterprise zones. >> >> when the left, whether it is it on weed or sanctuary cities, that is considered rightous protest. but republicans do on voter id or baking wedding cakes. >> you will not bake anything if they are gay. >> they are hater and sued.
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you either obey or disobey. you come always on the side of jesus. >> and paid that clip of bill de blasio. he never apologized for the rhetoric that he used leading up to the assassination of two cops. they should always point it out. he is under the cloud of corruption for wrongdoing and threatening more illegality defying the federal government on the sanctuary city. >> you think it hurts the democratic brand by siding against law enforcement and siding with the criminal will. >> i think that liberals, generally. i felt like we should do something about sanctuary cities and have a constrekz consideration. but when the maclit up red. it was for a reason.
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and hillary clinton was not the most gifted. and i am fine in case you are concerned about my mental health. >> my space is fantast and i can my parents said we made it to reagan and survived vietnam and we are all good. but i think if we continue to turn our backs to it the arguments that won the election. we talked about bill mauer said liberals are going to lose if we don't fix the relationship with islam. >> bottom line sanctuary cities are deadly. it happened in san francisco. >> and hey, listen, if you protect one life do whatever you can. >> they were major crimes. but if they were minor crimes, but those people want to ignore it. it is about the criminals trump will focus on.
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and that's what obama did. >> a lot of bad hombres. >> and now it is bad dudes. >> coming up. what is better than left over turky and college football. a watters' world thanksgiving quiz. stay tuned. >> what did you think was on the menu on first thanksgiving. >> meat. and whiled turkey or pesants. >> and would that it make the dinner better, though. brand . nobody's hurt, but there will still be pain. it comes when your insurance company says they'll only pay three-quarters of what it takes to replace it. what are you supposed to do? drive three-quarters of a car? now if you had liberty mutual new car replacement™, you'd get your whole car back. i guess they don't want you driving around on three wheels. smart. with liberty mutual new car replacement™, we'll replace the full value of your car. liberty stands with you™. liberty mutual insurance.
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so what better way to celebrate thanksgiving weekend by seeing
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how much or little the average american knows about this holiday. take a look. in our understanding, what happened in the first thanksgiving? >> the first thanksgiving. i was not there and so i don't know. >> who ate together on the first thanksgiving. >> is this si quiz show that makes you look dump? >> white people. >> who were they and what were they called. >> the pill. >> the pill bird? >> pilgrims that came to america. and america feed them and welcomed them. to our country. >> the american people? yes. >> the indian and pilgrims got together. >> you can't say indians. that is offensive. >> the native americans got together with the pilgrim and
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they had a feast. >> what was on the menu. >> perhaps a local vegetable maybe meat. turkey? i don't know. buffalo? chicken? >> i have no idea. >> wild turkey and peasants. >> wild turkey like the drink? >> that would have made it better though. >> and cranberries or something. >> i doubt they had stuffing. >> what about for dessert? do you think they had anything for dessert? >> maybe they roasted an apple or two. >> what country did the pilgrims come from? >> oh, god. >> it's been a long time since i've been in grammar school. >> europe. >> europe's not a country. >> sweden. >> italy? spain? >> somewhere around there? >> yeah. >> israel?
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>> no. >> not israel. the pilgrims were not jewish. and why did the pilgrims come here? >> to spread their empire. >> new land. gold. >> they were from the united kingdom. escaping religious persecution. >> what year did the pilgrims get here? >> 1800s? >> 19s. >> 1700 something. >> 1600. >> you're on fire. >> when the pilgrims got here, where did they land? >> virginia? >> new york? >> i have no idea. >> plymouth rock. >> yes. and where is plymouth rock? >> in massachusetts. >> you are incredible. >> i am smart. >> how did the pilgrims get here? >> boat. >> what was the name of the boat? >> what was the name of the boat? >> plymouth? >> rock? >> the nina, the pinta?
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>> santa maria? >> that was columbus. >> okay. well, i was wrong. >> the may. >> mayflower. >> yes. >> what are you thankful for on thanksgiving? >> i'm thankful for just making a fool of myself. >> do you know who i am? >> no. who the hell are you? >> i'm watters. >> watters. >> and this is my world. >> back with bernard and jessica. jessica, you knew the answers to all those questions, right? >> a large majority, which thrilled me. i always get anxiety that you're going to start quizzing me. so i would have been fine. i knew the mayflower, plymouth rock, all of it, and all the white people. >> and the pilgrims were not from sweden. >> no. or israel. yeah. that was pretty spe we go i just to remind our viewers of a little prediction. miss julie rijinsky made during our last show. what about you, julie? >> i'm like everybody here. i did not smoke a crack pipe before i came on tv tonight. so i would say -- just a little
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bit. but math is math. i think that hillary's going to -- >> i cannot wait to play tape of that. >> i can't wait. >> we invited julie to come on the show to discuss this. but she was not available. okay? >> the only thing smoking on the set that night was kimberly guilfoyle. by the way, the inner snowflake in me was onded by that. the only thing smoking now are celebratory cigars. >> here we go. >> make america great again, baby. >> with that the show's over. be sure to follow me on facebook, twitter, instagram. and don't forget, i'm watters, and this is my world. ♪ p is for privileges. o is for ordinarily i wouldn't. l is for layers of luxury. a is for alll the way back. r is for read my mind.
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